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Speeding charge

TAY TWP – A North York man was charged with speeding after being stopped by police in Victoria Harbour early Sunday.

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Ski gear stolen

CLEARVIEW TWP. - An unlocked vehicle on Creemore's Nelson Street was cleaned out overnight Jan. 20-21.

Twice legal limit

BRADFORD – A woman was charged with impaired driving following a collision Saturday night.

Runner identified

City police have identified a runner after a man was punched in the head through an open passenger car window at a south-Barrie intersection Jan. 18.

Siskin still top of the league

CLEARVIEW TWP. - The Stayner Siskins shut out the Alliston Hornets 4-0 in the Sunday afternoon home game for the team’s 23rd consecutive win and cemen

Four high-school senior football teams were recognized for their efforts off the field Friday after competing in the Barrie Bleeds Football challenge, hosted by the Barrie Blood Donor Clinic. The event, to promote blood donation, had the group scored on attendance, number of donations, first-time donors, blood type and social media involvement. The winner, with 42 points, was the Barrie North Vikings. In the front row, from left, are Kyle Boyd-Noble, territory manager Elaine St. Pierre and Barrie North Vikings coach Gary Hamilton. In the back row, from left, are Adam Richards, Innisdale Invaders coach Rob Ashwood, Carter Matheson, Eastview Wildcats coach Jeremy Oxley, Bear Creek Kodiaks coach Doug Wilkey and Hunter Lang. MARK WANZEL/PHOTO

Barrie bleeds football

Four high-school senior football teams were recognized for their efforts off the field Friday after competing in the Barrie Bleeds Football challenge.

Barrie’s Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH) recently received a $350,000 cheque from the RVH Auxiliary. Joining auxiliary volunteers are RVH Foundation chair David McCullough, RVH Auxiliary president Janice Williams, RVH president and CEO Janice Skot and RVH board of directors chair Kirsten Parker. SUBMITTED

Halfway to goal

Barrie’s Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH) recently received a $350,000 cheque from the RVH Auxiliary.

The NTR Barrie bantam team won the Jayden Elmore Memorial Tournament in London last weekend. The team met some true skill on the ice, and as a result all the scores were close. In the end, the Barrie boys defeated Port Credit, 2-1, to secure a spot in the final where they won gold with a 2-1 overtime victory against the London Bandits. SUBMITTED

London gold

The NTR Barrie bantam maroon team won the Jaydon Elmore Memorial Tournament in London last weekend.

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